Popular Science names Smoker Cabinet “Best of What’s New”

October 27, 2017
Popular Science

We’re so proud to announce the Kalamazoo Smoker Cabinet made Popular Science’s Best of What’s New list for 2017. This selection names the most transformative products of the year, according to one of today’s most revered science and technology publications.

“The Best of What’s New awards honor the innovations that shape the future,” says Joe Brown, editor-in-chief, Popular Science. “From life-saving technology to incredible space engineering to gadgets that are just breath-takingly cool, this is the best of what’s new.”

The Kalamazoo smoker fits right in this list as it reflects our deep heritage of innovation, seen consistently across our whole collection. It’s our unique take on traditional American barbecue, which uses gravity-feed charcoal technology with an insulated and sealed design for maximum efficiency. In fact, a seven-pound load of charcoal can keep the smoker at 225 degrees for up to 16 hours, producing delicious results each and every time. Available in a freestanding cart version or an under-counter model, which is the first and only one of its kind.

“We applied our proven expertise in live-fire cooking to this new product category, and we worked intently and carefully to create a smoker truly worthy of the Kalamazoo name,” explains Russ Faulk, Kalamazoo’s chief designer and head of product. “It’s a sleek smoker that matches the modern design aesthetic of our entire collection and retains our signature performance.”

Released in early 2017, development first began in late 2013 by our R&D team. They performed rigorous testing to ensure superior performance and quality control consistent with the Kalamazoo brand.

See the smoker in action in this video as best-selling author and barbecue expert Steven Raichlen slow-cooks Korean pulled pork on his Project Smoke program.